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- Sun Dec 25, 2016 8:22 pm
- Forum: SDRplay related
- Topic: Installing either SRDuno or EXTIO.dll causes other to fail
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Installing either SDRuno 1.12 or the EXTIO plugin will allow the most recently installed one to work but causes the other one to quit working. i.e. 1. Install SDRuno and it works fine. 2. Install EXTIO and HDSRD and SDRSharp both work fine but SDRuno no longer works. 3. Re-install SDRuno and it work...
- Tue Dec 13, 2016 8:44 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: Half of my spectrum is constanly +30 dbz in the red!
- Replies: 7
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Try UN-zooming all the way out. It looks like you might be zoomed in on the end of your IF passband.
I have found the NB to work best with the widest (8MHz) IF bandwidth. It's a trade off with noise as the noise gets better with higher decimation which of course reduces the IFBW. In some cases I've found a good trade-off compromise with a SR of 7 MHz and DEC of 4, only giving an IFBW of 1.5 MHz but...
Yes, there seems to be a tracking problem. If you set the SR to 8, 9, or 10 MHz with a decimation of 1 this gives you an 8 MHz IF bandwidth which means that you can tune up to + or - 4 MHz from the LO. If you set the LO 4 MHz higher than WWV and tune to WWV (far left of display) you get a completely...
Two instances can not control the same hardware so you would need another radio. That said, you can get one instance to span 8 MHz so you could cover 6.5-14.5 MHz and use multiple VRXs. To get 8 MHz coverage in the SP1 window use main window settings of at least 8 in the "SR (MHz)" drop do...
UTC is ALWAYS in 24 hour format, that's the definition. Local time may or may not be in 24 hour format and should have NOTHING to do with the display of UTC time. AM or PM post-pended to UTC time is just wrong.